According to the research, stress caused 57% of US respondents to feel paralyzed.
Holidays can deepen spirituality, honor historical and cultural traditions, increase feelings of belonging/ family-community connection, and celebrate shared values. The holidays can also be triggering for many folks. Even those who feel pretty good physically and emotionally can find that this time of year is more taxing on their mental health. It is important to check in with yourself and pay attention to signs that indicate additional support is needed.
Did you know that skin is the body’s largest organ? Skin plays an important role as a protective covering of the body and can be an indicator of overall health since distress to the skin can indicate concerns both medically and mentally.
Imposter syndrome is a common experience, but it doesn’t have to define your life or limit your potential.
Prioritize self-care practices that nourish your physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
Having a support network can be a source of emotional strength during challenging times. It can also provide a sense of belonging and purpose.
Fostering empathy in children is a vital aspect of their development as compassionate, considerate individuals.
Understanding the influence of birth order can be valuable for parents and individuals alike.
The Minnesota Timberwolves and CARE Counseling today announced a new partnership ahead of the 2023-24 NBA season.
If you are considering therapy for the first time and wondering what-to-talk-about-in-therapy, or maybe you have been in therapy for a while but not sure what you should be talking about, then this is for you! Talk about what is on your mind in the moment. First, there is no “right” or “wrong” thing to talk about in therapy. Many people will use the space to process what is going on in the present. If you do not find this an effective use of time, continue reading…